Monthly Archives: March 2012
A second drawing for JoAnn Chin. This one is of Reina, an Italian Greyhound.
JoAnn Chin requested a drawing of Oskar the puppy, a Bernese Mountain Dog.
Richard McKinnon requested drawings about swimming. I kinda like this one.
Nicole Garner requested yokai from Japanese folklore. Yokai are demons, beasts, and spirits. I drew an Oni and a Hakutaku, and added a verse from the Dhammapada: “Those who awaken never rest in one place. Like swans, they rise and … Continue reading
For John Shipman. John requested an illustration of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart. I used that as an excuse to draw Poe himself, but the quote is from Tell-Tale Heart. It’s not a literal portrait. I took liberties. I … Continue reading
For Zack Sternwalker. (Click on image to see it larger) Zack wrote: “Jeans with Fear”. I began thinking of the most fearful scenes in art that I could remember. Maybe the most frightening for me is George Grosz’s drawing Sex … Continue reading
For John Casey. (Click on image to see it larger) John requested “a drawing of hands.” I drew hands of the crucified Christ and hands of the resurrected Christ, based (loosely) on Grünewald’s Isenheim Altarpiece.
For Jay Schulz. (Click on image to see it larger) Jay requested: “A recreation of the Russian roulette scene from The Deer Hunter, except instead of DeNiro and Walken, I want a brown bear wearing a 3-piece suit and a … Continue reading
For Nick Miller. Nick wrote, “Can you do something with two elephants and maybe a military theme? Gas masks, planes or tanks, whatever.” I put in an F117 stealth bomber, two elephants in Roman armor, and a WWI (or II?) … Continue reading
For Bryson Chin. The head of a Satyr.